Hair color winter 2019 2020: all the trends

Hair color 2020

Cold blondes, chestnut-rich reflections, blue hair or coppery locks, here are the winter 2019 2020 hair color trends to take note of!

From cold blondes to the most intense shades of honey and chestnut, from looks with colored locks to those with more delicate streaks, the winter 2019 2020 hair color trends launched by international hairstylists are designed to enhance a strong, modern and cosmopolitan woman. Let’s find out what trends to follow in terms of winter 2020 hair color!

Blond hair

When it comes to winter 2019 hair color trends, blonde hair is warmed up with natural and refined nuances. Jean Louis David chooses to put the emblematic tones of the 1980s in the foreground, from the dark blond enlivened by honey nuances, to the mysterious and refined cold blond. Cold accents also punctuate the hairstyle of La Biosthetique and Tchip, while Framesi’s multi-faceted blonde is bright and offers definite grunge-like touches. In our images you can discover all the fashionable shades for winter 2020 blond hair.

Cold Blonde and Platinum Blonde Hair

Platinum blonde is the protagonist of the winter 2020 hair colors, but it is not the only one. Framesi chooses a very light and very cold blond to enhance his cuts with textured points, while Laurent Decreton moves on even colder shades, very close to white. The cold blond is also the preference of Compagnia della Bellezza and J.7 Group, proposed among the most popular short hair colors to liven up especially the pixie cut cut and the very short bobs.

Brown hair

There is a great desire for naturalness from Kemon, who, inspired by the photographic principle of the “no filter”, proposes original hybrid tones such as cold copper with light bleaching on honey, as well as metallic browns with purple reflections. The degradé chestnut of Fabio Salsa liven up the very slashed cuts, while Cotril rewards darker and intense nuances rich in natural shades.

Hair with Meches and Highlights

In terms of colored hair, streaks and highlights, they remain a timeless classic. Jean Louis David starts from a natural and bright brown and personalizes the color with shades of brown whose result is depth and natural volume. Fabio Salsa’s short destructured cuts are filled with bright reflections with a sort of chatouche on the tuft. The result is a sun-kissed locks effect that we also find on the hair with Intermede highlights. The blond meches on a natural base by Jean Paul Mynè are more striking, perfect for livening up long cuts.

Hair with Balayage and Lightening

Balayage, refined and hyper feminine lightens the tips gently for Cotril’s looks and enlivens Jean Louis David’s long cuts. The lightening becomes more important along the Compagnia della Bellezza’s hairstyle, while April Carriere rewards colors with natural reflections in which honey and delicate hazelnut accents coexist perfectly.

Red and copper hair

Red is the protagonist again this winter, in very intense shades. International hairstylings such as La Biosthetique bring back warm and bright nuances with a very natural final effect, while Franck Provost lights the spotlights on monochromatic copper-blond shades with a more casual mood. Framesi rewards intense reds tending to mahogany with shaded effects, while touches of plum degrading to very light copper characterize the hairstyle with a more modern and eccentric mood. If you like red, discover the most beautiful shades in our article dedicated to red hair!

Hair with Imprinting

The Imprinting coloring technique was conceived by Angelo Seminara, Davines artistic director and consists in the creation of veins, geometric shapes and intense shades made with an instrument called Imprinter. The proposals for the cold season are very interesting, from the looks with blond Imprinting on a brown base to the most original with shades of very light blond on a black base. The obvious color contrasts are back on stage by Rafael Bueno Peluqueros and Zentralverband Friseurhandwerk Menschenimsalon, for hair that will certainly not go unnoticed!

Pink and Purple Hair

The pastel hair trend is rekindled this year, with bright shades of pink and purple. To the characteristic chiaroscuro effects with dark violet locks by Framesi, Kemon’s ice-blonde-colored dyed in nuances of baby lavender and peach rose go hand in hand. Finally purple and pink are also chosen for degradé effects and hair shadows from the skin to very young and original tips.

Hair with chromatic contrasts

But the cold season this year is above all the reign of showy chromatic contrasts, from the accents of blond and copper on a classic dark brown base to the most evident touches of brown on black hair. Ash and black mix to create dynamic and modern hairlooks in style, while lively red locks give volume and definition to the blond hair.

Blue Hair

On the subject of eccentric colors, we cannot fail to mention the blue shades! Hairstylists such as Sk Style Barcelona and Jean Paul Mynè move in a range that goes from the lighter shades of turquoise to the more vibrant cobalt blue, both for plain hairstyles and for single and meches locks. Touches of pastel blue liven up platinum blonde hair, while the blue ice adored by influencers is proposed in its coldest variant, perfect for interpreting the spirit of the season!

Hair with Tips and Colored Locks

For those who do not like the monochrome shade, different hairdressers offer looks with colored locks or hair with contrasting colored tips. Framesi’s hairstyles are filled with vibrant shades from plum to mahogany, while soft apricot touches give brightness to the coppery hair. Violet makes Schwarzkopf Professional’s looks with a black base and afro curls more decisive, while touches of magenta give a futuristic accent to the Revlon Professional hair. If you like these colors, we suggest you also discover our collection of photos dedicated to iridescent hair!

What do you think of our collection of photos on winter color trends? Which color do you like best? Let us know by leaving a comment!


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